School put security grants to use


Greenfield police officer C.W. Murnan waits in the lunch line along with his son, Will, a first-grader at J.B. Stephens. Murnan is one of the school resource officers who provides a security presence in the schools throughout the Greenfield-Central district. All four public school districts have used state grants to upgrade security in their buildings. (Tom Russo / Daily Reporter)

Southern Hancock safety director Steve Satterly checks out new safety doors being installed at Sugar Creek Elementary School. The new doors, purchased with the help of the Indiana Secured School Grant Fund, can be closed and locked to seal part of the building off from an intruder. (Kristy Deer / Daily Reporter)

GREENFIELD — With a first-grader attending J.B. Stephens Elementary, Greenfield Police Officer C.W. Murnan was more than thrilled to be given a chance to be a school security officer for the district.

Not only does it allow him an opportunity to check in on his own son from time to time, he’s happy to have the responsibility to help keep G-C students and staff safe.

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